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NOVA scienceNOW

is the companion website for a TV show on science breakthroughs and personalities. Learn about a frog that freezes solid in winter and comes back to life in spring. Watch videos about robot "swarms" that work together on a task, a newly discovered system in the brain, tools for predicting a hurricane's intensity, and why some sand dunes burp, sing, and croak. A teacher's guide and transcript are included. The show is hosted by Robert Krulwich and airs five times a year. (WGBH, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

Hurricanes remain enigmatic monsters. According to one theory, the recent spate of devastating storms has been caused by the fact that the Atlantic seems to be trapped in a particularly bad hurricane cycle: nine of the last 11 years have seen higher than normal hurricane activity.
Asteroids: will a doomsday rock the size of the Rose Bowl hit Earth in 2036?

A doomsday rock


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